TALLAHASSEE, FL — The Florida State men’s and women’s track teams picked
up 19 first place finishes as the Florida Intercollegiate Championships
wrapped up competition this afternoon at Mike Long Track.
All-American Zuzette Mullings led the way for the women as she collected
Florida Intercollegiate individual titles in both the long jump (20-3) and
triple jump (40-0). Mullings also ran on the first place 4x100m relay team
(along with Tonya Carter, Teresa Bundy and Jennifer Mayhue) that clocked in
at 45.17 and took second in the 200m with a time of 23.98.
Lakeisha Mose and Ayana Townsend each added a pair of first place
individual titles. Mose recorded throws of 162-5 in the hammer and 41-2.25
in the shot put while Townsend won the 100m hurdles (14.16) and the 400m
On the men’s side, Tavaris Spradley won the 100m dash while also running
a leg of the winning Seminole 4x400m relay team with Nafthaly Kurgat,
Kenyun Langston and Antonio Smith. Spradley ran 10.74 in the 100m and his
relay team crossed the finish line at 3:20.06.
The following Florida State athletes also claimed first place finishes
this weekend: Brad Hess (hammer, 151-11); Brad Shriver (5K, 15:13.67);
Jody Lawrence (discus, 169-10); Chris Osborn (high jump, 6-11.75); Vanessa
Fuchs (discus, 135-7); Barnard Francis (triple jump, 48-0.50); Christine
Daniels (high jump, 5-5); Jason Dean (pole vault, 15-6); Nicole Singleton
Next up for the FSU track teams are the ACC Outdoor Championships (April 17-18) in Orlando.